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New Mothers – 10 Health Tips for Women After Delivery

December 29, 2011 by  
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This video features 10 health tips for new mothers. These recommendations are based on expert clinical guidelines published in UpToDate online version 19.3, and the American Academy of Family Physicians. This video was produced by Nicholas Cohen, MD in 2011.

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24 Pregnancy Tips – The Pregnant Woman’s Unborn Baby’s Health Guide

November 25, 2011 by  
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www.GetPregnantGuaranteed.com This miracle book is written by Chinese medicine researchers, alternative health and nutrition specialist, health consultant, and former infertility sufferer Lisa Olson. This miracle book is just about the most thorough, complete, and accurate manual to infertility freedom you’ll possibly ever know. This is the best selling infertility cure book online. This pregnancy miracle guide helped thousands of infertile women to get pregnant fast. A mother gets endless joy and happiness with her child but there are some women also who cannot feel this joy and happiness. There are many reasons for not becoming pregnant. Many women try to avoid pregnancy for several years and they think when the time will come to have child, it will be so easy. Here is a sad truth. If you try to avoid pregnancy for a long time, it can create many problems in conceiving. Using contraceptive pills and other birth control methods for several years may hamper your pregnancy and it may make you infertile. Infertility means not able to get pregnant or not able to conceive your own child. This pregnancy miracle is precisely designed for this reason. The author of this guide Lisa Olson designed this book to help women get pregnant naturally and they can also experience the joy of becoming mother of a healthy baby. http This pregnancy miracle helped countless women of just about every age and they have totally solved their all type of infertility problems and they got pregnant

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Third Trimester Prenatal Yoga : 3rd Trimester Prenatal Yoga Warm Up Tips

October 27, 2011 by  
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Warming up before performing yoga poses is very important for pregnant women to prevent injuries. Stay a healthy pregnant woman with yoga poses and exercise tips from an experienced yoga instructor in this free video. Expert: April Kirkhart Contact: www.workofheartyoga.com Bio: April Kirkhart, MSW, has been practicing yoga for over 12 years and became a certified yoga instructor in 2004 through the Queens Yoga Institutes YogaVeda 260 hour Teacher Training. Filmmaker: Nili Nathan

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The Alternative – Mens Health

June 7, 2011 by  
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Introduction – Vox-pops from the case studies. Dr. Ian Banks, Men’s Health Forum, introduces the programme by exploding the myth that men don’t care about their health and instead points to the way society does not expect men to discuss their health. Throughout the programme he introduces the different issues: stress, prostate health, exercise and maintaining your identity as you get older. Case Study 1 – Graham was dragged off to yoga by his girlfriend. Case Study 2 – Randy, our second case study. Case Study 3 – Using clear, concise language, together with pictures, the therapist Max Tomlinson is able to describe the prostate gland. Case Study 4 – The final item in the programme shows how complementary medicine can help those men who are going through some kind of change or stressful time in their life.

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Pregnancy and Diabetes (Pregnancy Health Guru Tip)

May 16, 2011 by  
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Five percent of pregnant women have gestational diabetes. Learn more in this video, or GO TO: www.pregnancyhealthguru.com

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Self-care Tips and Info for New Moms from Texas Health Resources

May 11, 2011 by  
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Helpful information and tips for women who have just delivered their first baby. There’s a new life in your life, with all the joys and challenges that brings. Texas Health Resources wants to help you approach them with as much confidence and comfort as possible. On behalf of the physicians on the medical staff and the nurses from the postpartum unit, nursery and lactation department, congratulations and welcome to a new and exciting world for you, your baby, and your family. The information presented here is general in nature. If your OB/GYN or Pediatrician has given you other instructions, please follow the advice of your physician. The information in this video covers: -Postpartum Period -Changes to Birth Canal -Menstrual Cycle -Bowel Movements -Hemorrhoids -Episiotomy Care -Cesarean Birth Care -Activities -Swelling -Feeding Baby -Baby Blues and Postpartum Depression -The New Dad -When to Call your OB From the moment your first baby is born, life changes forever. During the postpartum period, don’t be shy about seeking help if you have a question or problem. While no amount of study and practice can guarantee you’re ready for parenthood, the more knowledge you have, the more likely you will enter this new chapter in our life with a confident and positive outlook. www.TexasHealth.org 1-877-THR-WELL

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The Alternative – Women’s health

May 4, 2011 by  
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Introduction – Vox-pops from the case studies. Nick Avery, a GP and Homeopath, has taken an interest in the relationship between hormones and women’s health problems. He describes how difficult it is to treat hormone problems because even if you have a blood test progesterone and oestrogen vary widely within the normal range. Case Study 1 – We hear from Anne, who had been treated extensively with hormones by her doctor to try and combat painful and almost continuous periods. Case Study 2 – Annette had been trying to have a baby for over a year before she was diagnosed as experiencing early menopause. Case Study 3 – Dr. Marilyn Glenville is a nutritionist who provides a natural alternative for people not wanting to go on HRT. Case Study 4 – Scilla, however, approached the menopause another way under the supervision of zero balancing therapist, John Hamwee.

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